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THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education on Monday voted in favor of improving the safety and security of Hoppin and Park Elementary Schools with new technology. Over the summer, the elementary schools will receive a significant increase to their internal bandwidth,...
THREE RIVERS —Three Rivers St. Peter’s Lutheran Church’s Ladies Aid Group supports many local organizations and expands its reach to those in need across the globe. “We believe that God has called us to . . . Reach out to all; Embrace His gifts; Announce His coming; Commit to Christian living;...
CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Commissioner Al Balog proposed a “third option” that would allow the commission to reappoint former St. Joseph County Road Commissioner Rick Anderson during a meeting held on Tuesday, Jan. 14. At the county’s  last meeting, the board voted in favor of appointing...
STURGIS — According to the Sturgis Police Department on Saturday, Jan. 13, around 10:43 p.m. Sturgis officers stopped a 37-year-old female from Sturgis in the 100 block of S. Nottawa St. after she was seen acting suspicious in a parking lot. Officers identified the female and found she was...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education swore in its new board members, and elected its 2019-20 president, vice president, treasurer and secretary Monday evening. Superintendent Ron Moag began the meeting by swearing in new board members, Erin Nowak, serving her second...
CENTREVILLE — Since August 2018, a construction crew has been at work at renovating Glen Oaks Community College’s 50-year-old grand concourse. The $2.2 million project, which President David Devier said on Thursday is closer to $2.5 million now, will feature a grand staircase with glass walls...
After 10-plus years in the making, Laura Kemp of White Pigeon released her first book, Evening in the Yellow Wood, the first book in a series of three. The “paranormal mystery” is based on summers spent up north at Roger’s City, Mich., Kemp said. The “deep dark woods” and Native American culture...
CENTREVILLE — With no rules or procedures to follow, no security, and no organization of court records or case files, employees of the St. Joseph County 3B District Court were forced to adapt and work together to sculpt a proper system. Fifty years later, the district court continues its...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners came to a consensus on Wednesday to draft an ATV, or all-terrain vehicles, ordinance. Undersheriff Mark Lillywhite said the ordinance will be similar to golf cart ordinances in local villages. ATVs will be required to have its proper...
THREE RIVERS — The legacy of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers lives on through a six-member band from Grand Rapids. The Insiders, a Tom Petty Tribute Band, was formed shortly after the passing of the legend by founding member Max Lockwood. In October 2017, Lockwood pulled together his experienced...

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